Lieven Geuns’ photo project started life being about the Bonneville Salt Flats but turned right, and went down a rabbit hole called Wendover.
Photographer Jocelyn Janon visualises the mood and feelings he had as a young boy, creating worlds in the back of his father’s Citroen.
On a soif
Photographer Jef Van den Bossche’s images capture the dying of the light for Belgium’s volkscafés, or people’s pubs, in the face of globalisation and cultural shifts.
In My Skin
Photographer Michelle Sank’s project exploring young people under 25 in the UK who are challenging their body image, to become more acceptable to their own ideal of ‘beautiful’.
Photographer Amber-Jayne Bain beautifully captures the skill, intensity and physicality of an artisan craftsman at work.
Christian Mushenko’s evocative imagery captures the streets of Bangkok that Buddhists must negotiate in the pursuit of nirvana.
The Void We Leave
By chance, Oded Wagenstein met and photographed an ageing community in Cuba, which led him to question what remains after we pass on?
Like Last Year’s Snow
In a remote community of nomadic deer herders in Northern Siberia, photographer Oded Wagenstein visually documents the process of ageing in isolation.
Christian Mushenko’s visual rumination on the notion of what home and family means to his 78 year old father.
Cosmopolitan Isolation, New York
Photographer Francesco Bittichesu shot the eerily quiet streets of New York during 2020.